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Re: [trinity-users] konqueror rocks

From: "Marvin Jones via trinity-users" <trinity-users@...>
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2020 16:27:04 -0600 (MDT)
On Mon, 1 Jun 2020, David C. Rankin wrote:
>On 04/28/2020 03:06 PM, Marvin Jones via trinity-users wrote:
>> The file were all copied up to the
>> Thank you KDE;  Thank you TDE; Thank you Trinity!!
>That's just the tip of the iceberg,
>Open kate, and just open the remote files via sftp:// and then save the
>project. Next time you open kate, just select your project and presto -- all
>your remote files are open and ready to edit.
>If you are really into the web development, then use Quanta instead of Kate
>(it's just kate plus a lot of additions centered on web development)
>Konqueror can use sftp:// as well. No need to mount the remote system with
>sshfs, just sftp:// to it and you are there.

Ah, but a bit of caution using sftp:// in konqueror. It seems konqueror
opens and closes the connection many, many times during what would seem
to you to be a single session.  That's the way I used konqueror in the
past -- not know of the "performance" issue.

But, my web host implemented some more "robust" security in the last
6-8-9 months, and the high rate of ssh connections would blacklist my
workstation's IP.  I understand the web host's concern and I moved to
scripting those connections (several web sites) to _that_ web host
	sshfs mount the remote"/public_html/"
	execute konqueror with a specific split-screen profile for that
		 mounted sshfs directory.
	- fiddle fiddle fiddle -
        - konqueror ends -
	sshfs umount the remote directory.

Works a treat.
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